Fiction Reviews for ages 12 and up

knight.jpg

Novels written for children, young people, and the young at heart can truly can take us to the most extraordinary places. Historical fiction takes us back in time whereas fantasy takes us to places that have never even been, Some of the titles reviewed below will be attractive to adult as well as children. For more fiction for older readers please go to the Series, Features, and Bookish Calendar sections of the journal.

red_castle.jpg
Beneath the Shine

Beneath the Shine

Sarah Fine
Fiction
For ages 13 and up
Skyscape, 2017   ISBN: 978-1477823279
Read the review »
Code Red: Outbreak

Code Red: Outbreak

Chris Ryan
Fiction  Series
For ages 12 and up
Random House UK, 2009   ISBN: 978-1862302808
Read the review »
Dragonbound

Dragonbound

Chelsea M. Campbell
Fiction
For ages 13 and up
Skyscape, 2016   ISBN: 978-1503936096
Read the review »
Heart to Heart

Heart to Heart

Lurlene McDaniel
Fiction
For ages 12 and up
Random House, 2012   ISBN: 978-0440240174
Read the review »
Jake's Tower

Jake's Tower

Fiction
For ages 12 and up
Pan Macmillan, 2017   ISBN: 978-1509826711
Read the review »
Manor of Secrets

Manor of Secrets

Katherine Longshore
Fiction
For ages 13 and up
Scholastic, 2014   ISBN: 978-0545567589
Read the review »
New Moon

New Moon

Stephanie Meyer
Fiction  Series
For ages 13 and up
Little Brown, 2008   ISBN: 978-0316024969
Read the review »
The Width of the World

The Width of the World

David Baldacci
Fiction  Series
For ages 12 and up
Scholastic Press, 2017   ISBN: 978-0545831963
Read the review »
css.php